This summer, Fort Ontario State Historic Site in Oswego, will host nine separate – (one week long) military history activity sessions for children ages 8-18. The sessions will be led by AmeriCorps staffer Ian Mumpton. The programming is aimed at getting young people outside and active during the summer.
Oswego Girl Scout’s Gold Award project seeks support for the service men and women serving overseas. Camille Graham, of Girl Scout Troop 41, is organizing a program to send various items to the troops to remind them of the support that they have back home.
Army Pvt. Steven P. Curry Jr. has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla. During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission and received instruction and training exercises […]
As Central New York residents prepare to honor the nationâ€™s active military and veterans this Memorial Day Weekend, organizers unveiled a series of theme days, activities and special promotions for military members and families at the first-ever Oswego Festival of Sail. […]
A group of military reenactors known as Shirley’s 50th Regiment of Foote spent Saturday and Sunday training and showing their skills at the Pratt House museum in Fulton.Â Click inside for a gallery of photos. […]
Fulton native Sgt. Keith Coe died April 27 in Iraq from wounds suffered in an explosion, the U.S. Army reports.
Coe, 30, lived in Fulton through the 10th grade, then moved to Florida.
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